at South Church
We gather for worship each Sunday morning. It is the deepest well from which we drink. One description of what we are reaching for on these mornings together includes this short list of things tried for:
- To create time and space for silence and reflection, allowing the sacred in us to meet the sacred in others.
- To dissolve the distinctions between clergy and laity, as all members of the community minister to one another.
- To assure that each of us can bring our joys and your sorrows to worship together, and that each can offer solace and comfort, friendship and help, prayers and thanks.
We welcome anyone who wishes to join us.
To download MP3 files of Sunday provocations (otherwise known as sermons) click here.
The cross which hangs on the wall of our sanctuary is a vivid symbol of the life at South Church. It honors the traditions and it loves an earth spun out of the heart and hands of God.
It bears the marks of our fingers imprinted one Sunday morning and in one smooth quadrant, waits for the touch of others to come.
The break in the circle grieves all that wounds our humanity, our history, our destiny. The arms of the cross are bent inward ever so slightly, extending a sacred hospitality.In its totality it is another language for an invincible hope.